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Poet Baby Names for Boys

Poet Baby Names for Boys
  1. Alfred+ Poet laureate of the United Kingdom, Alfred, Lord Tennyson's works include the famous phrase "Tis better to have loved and lost / Than never to have loved at all." Read more about Alfred
  2. Byron+ Lord Byron was a British Romantic poet whose works are widely read and have been translated into many languages. Read more about Byron
  3. Edgar+ Edgar Allen Poe was an American poet and writer from the Romantic Movement; his most well-known work is probably "The Raven." Read more about Edgar
  4. Ezra+ American poet of the Modernist movement, Ezra Pound encouraged an exchange of ideas and help between American and British poets. Read more about Ezra
  5. Geoffrey+ Geoffrey Chaucer was an English poet most known for his work The Canterbury Tales. Read more about Geoffrey
  6. John+ A key poet of the English Romantic movement, John Keats wrote with a signature style of elaborate words and sensual imagery. Read more about John
  7. Langston+ An American poet and early composer of jazz poetry, Langston Hughes is known for his work during the Harlem Renaissance. Read more about Langston
  8. Percy+ Percy Shelley was the English Romantic poet married to author Mary Shelley. One of his most famous works is "Ode to the West Wind." Read more about Percy
  9. Robert+ Robert Frost was an American poet whose most famous works include "The Road Not Taken" and "Mending Wall." Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scottish poet known for his children's poems and stories. Read more about Robert
  10. Samuel+ Samuel Taylor Coleridge was an English Romantic poet whose most famous work is "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." Read more about Samuel
  11. Shel+ Shel Silverstein is an American poet known for his imaginative children's poems. Read more about Shel
  12. Walt+ Walt Whitman was an American poet whose major work was titled "Leaves of Grass." Read more about Walt
  13. William+ William Butler Yeats was a renowned Irish poet and dramatist. Read more about William